Each Cabaret night, our house band features guest vocalists and instrumentalists. Tonight, keyboardist Molly Flannery will be hosting vocalist Gwenn Vivian, harmonic player Hatrack Gallagher, and bassist Bill McCormack
Dinner Reservations at 8pm
Order tickets for Fugitive Comedy Night in Sudbury — with or without dinner reservations. For the best seats in the house, reserve for dinner and arrive by 8pm. Comedy Night dinner reservations are available only with advanced online ticketing. No phone calls please. To maximize the use of the room, there will be some sharing of tables.
General Seating at 8:30pm
You can purchase tickets without a dinner reservation online or at the door. Of course, you’ll still be able to order from the full menu.
Music starts at 9pm • Doors open at 8:30
$12/online • $15/door • Purchase tickets here.
Online ticket sales ended at 5pm on the day of the show.
Full dinner. Full Bar. Table service.
Composer, arranger, and keyboardist Molly Flannery is known for her distinctive touch on the piano, her melodic improvisations, and her ability to groove in jazz, latin, and Brazilian idioms. After studying composition, improvisation and theory at Yale, Molly began her performing career in Japan where she appeared frequently at local clubs. When she eventually settled in Boston, she studied jazz with Ran Blake, Charlie Banacos, Kenny Werner, Harvey Diamond, and Doug Johnson. Her CD releases include ”Slow Dance at the Asylum” and “Riding the Bull.” She continues to refine and strengthen her talents, playing in Boston and suburban venues such as the Bull Run Restaurant, Concord’s Colonial Inn, Orange Door Kitchen, Chelmsford Center for the Arts, Luna Theater . . . and now, Twenty-Nine.
Vocalist Gwenn Vivian is the former owner and manager of the Acton Jazz Café (1996–2015). She developed her sincere, chocolaty, vocal style at the Café over the years — performing alongside pianist Molly Flannery, bassist Bill McCormack, and drummer Miki Matsuki — at their weekly dinner shows. Gwenn got her musical training at Longy School and Berklee College of Music — and from listening to countless local and national talents at her café.
Bassist Bill McCormack grew up in rural Ireland and started playing trumpet and piano at an early age before taking up bass in his teens. While living in Dublin during the 80s, he played with many of Irelands’ top musicians including singer Honor Heffernan, traditional Irish band Stockton’s Wing, and world renowned jazz guitarist Louis Stewart. He now continues to hold down the groove on a diverse Boston music scene playing both upright and electric bass.
Harmonica player Pat "Hatrack" Gallagher has been a longtime veteran of the blues and jazz scenes. Singing and playing a broiling harmonica, Gallagher displays his considerable chops. As Steve Morse of the Boston Globe said, “With a name like Hatrack Gallagher, you’d better be good. And that’s precisely the case with this local singer and harmonica whiz whose deft playing boasts an uncanny swing.”
Twenty-Nine offers simple, authentic rustic Mediterranean fare. They seek to redefine the suburban restaurant experience into one that is relaxed, cozy, and intimate — a place folks go to enjoy a great meal, great drink, and great company. They're fussy about simplicity — rustic fare that is reminiscent of the Western Mediterranean’s comfort food classics — bringing healthful, fresh, and vibrant flavors to your table. They draw inspiration from the coastal regions of Italy, France, Spain, and Greece, with just a touch of Morocco. Fugitive’s events take place in the ample second floor dining room which sports a big, beautiful bar, several comfy banquettes, as well as small tables and high-tops.